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November 25th, 2011
02:08 PM ET

Author updates '1,000 Places to See Before You Die'

A best-seller gets a makeover!

The author of the book "1,000 Places to See Before You Die" added 200 more entries to its list of dream destinations. Some of the new additions make surprise you.

For a sneak peak of what's new, Carol Costello and Alina Cho talk with author Patricia Schultz.


Filed under: AM Fun • American Morning
October 11th, 2011
12:50 PM ET

VH1's 'Pop-Up Video' is back!

It was a hit in the 90's and now VH1 is bringing back one of its most popular shows.

After a nearly decade-long hiatus, "Pop-Up Video" is making its re-debut, taking on today's music with the same snarky bubbles of trivia about their artists.

CNN's Christine Romans reports on the return of the beloved show.


Filed under: AM Fun
October 7th, 2011
02:53 PM ET

Should Obama be more like Capt. Kirk? William Shatner explains (Part 2)

William Shatner is a Hollywood icon, with a colorful career spanning some 50 years. Now, at the age of 80, he's looking back at how he got to where he is.

He has written a memoir called "Shatner Rules: Your guide to understanding the Shatner-verse and the world at large."

When CNN's Ali Velshi sat down with him this week, the talk turned to politics.


Filed under: AM Fun • Politics
October 7th, 2011
02:50 PM ET

Why William Shatner can't say 'no' (Part 1 of a 2-part interview)

At the age of 80, William Shatner is still going at "warp speed." That's right - Shatner is 80!

He's an award-winning television actor, commercial pitchman and spoken-word artist. And his new book reveals how he did it.

It's called "Shatner Rules: Your guide to understanding the Shatner-verse and the world at large."

CNN's Ali Velshi sat down with Shatner and asked him about critics who say Shatner won't turn anything down.


Filed under: AM Fun
October 4th, 2011
11:27 AM ET

Duff McKagan on going from Guns 'n Roses bassist to financial adviser

Duff McKagan, former bass player and founding member of Guns N' Roses, has written a memoir called "It's So Easy (and other lies)" all about how he's changed his life since being in the band. He's cleaned himself up, gone back to school, and has now become a financial planner for musicians and athletes through his company Meridian Rock Capital Management.

McKagan talks about his book with Christine Romans and Ali Velshi and explains how he took this unlikely road in his life.


Filed under: AM Fun • Finances
September 27th, 2011
10:01 AM ET

After walking almost 1,000 miles, Constantino Diaz Duran offers an update on his journey across America

Constantino Diaz-Duran is nearly three months into his walk across America, during which he hopes to find out what it means to be an American.

Throughout the duration of the trip, Duran has only had to use his tent once because people have continued opening their doors to him.

After walking almost 1,000 miles since leaving New York and starting on his trip on the fourth of July, Duran joins American Morning today to offer an update on the latest leg in his journey.


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